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“Six Days Seven Nights” star Anne Heche crashed a vehicle twice in a matter of minutes on Friday, following a second crash that caught fire in Mar Vista, California.
The fire reportedly engulfed the house in flames, and according to emergency responders, Heche was immediately taken by an ambulance to a Los Angeles hospital.
Luckily, her ex-boyfriend Thomas Jane confirmed that the actress was reportedly in a “stable” condition and is “expected to move on,” according to the Daily Mail.
Read on for details on how Heche survived a dramatic and furious car accident.
Anne Hecht in ‘stable’ condition after chaotic car crash, ‘expected to pull through’: report
Anne Heche’s first car accident
Heche, 53, was driving a blue Mini Cooper when she first crashed in the garage of an apartment complex in Los Angeles.
According to the Daily Mail, the first accident occurred around 11:00 a.m. She apparently fled the scene and proceeded to drive on the same block before slamming her car into a different house.
Witnesses told TMZ people tried to help the actress get out of her car before she fled.
Anne Heche’s second car accident
According to Fox 11, minutes after its first crash, Heche crashed into a nearby house in Mar Vista and caught fire.
The fire reportedly engulfed the house, and Heche was taken by ambulance to a Los Angeles hospital.
Fire breaks out in Anne Heche’s car accident
The Los Angeles Fire Department shared a statement saying there was only one occupant when the vehicle collided with a two-story home built in 1952.
Anne Hecht hit a car in a house, set it on fire; The actress was rescued in an ambulance with severe burns
“Firefighters took 65 minutes to reach, contain and fully extinguish the flames within the heavily damaged structure and rescued a female adult found inside the vehicle, who was in critical condition,” the statement said. Taken to the regional hospital by LAFD paramedics.” Told.
Los Angeles Fire Department spokesman Brian Humphrey told Fox News Digital that the man involved in the accidents was transferred to hospital in critical condition.
A resident was present at the house at the time of the accident and survived the injury. However, Heche had suffered burns and was “conscious and breathing” when she was placed on a stretcher.
Anne Heche taken to hospital after accident
Helicopter footage captured the fire department trying to extinguish the fire and loading Heche into an ambulance to be transferred to further care.
According to the video footage, Heche was seen unloading the wheel in a white sheet. Burn victims are often wrapped in a sterile sheet and sometimes sterile water is applied to the sheet to soothe the burn.
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Video footage shows Heche suddenly standing up as firefighters are seen escorting him to an ambulance.
According to TMZ, doctors were unable to run tests to determine whether Heche was under the influence while operating her vehicle because of her condition.
According to Fox 11, no other injuries have been reported and the cause of the accident is being investigated.
A representative for Heche did not immediately respond to Fox News Digital’s request for comment.
Per TMZ, Heche is intubated in a hospital.
Anne Heche’s former colleagues pay tribute
Despite their split, Heche’s ex-boyfriend Thomas Jane paid an emotional tribute to the actress.
“While Anne and I are no longer an item, today’s sad news was devastating for me and all those who love her,” Jen told the media outlet.
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“My heart goes out to Anne and her two sons. As of now, Anne is stable and looks forward to moving forward. My thoughts and prayers are with Anne, one of the true geniuses of her generation. Lord Thank goodness no one else got hurt.”
Heche’s former partner of more than 10 years, James Tupper, also paid tribute to the injured actress.
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Tupper took to Instagram Friday night to share a photo of Heche and their son, Atlas, with the caption, “Thoughts and prayers for this lovely lady, actress and mother anneheche tonight. We love you.”
Fox News’ Janelle Ashe contributed to this report.